This Friday, December 7, is First Friday in downtown Northville! The Dancing Eye Gallery will host two artists that night from 6-9 p.m.: Rena Hopkins (Divine Iguana) and Nancy Legault (Three Olives and a Pickle).
Visit the Dancing Eye Gallery this Friday, November 2, to meet Susan Collick, owner/designer of Daisy Chains Jewelry. Susan is very passionate about creating her custom sterling silver jewelry with semi-precious stones. She chooses gemstones that “boast beautiful anomalies or shocking color contrast.” Susan believes “there is beauty to be found, even in seemingly imperfect places.” For this First Friday trunk show from 6 to 9 p.m., she will bring a wonderful selection with her. Don’t miss the opportunity to find that perfect piece!
The “scariest” and yet most anticipated time of the year in downtown Northville is happening on Friday, October 5 at 6 p.m.
Above are photos of Rena Hopkins surrounded by her Divine Iguana goodies, Melanie Brooks in all of her Day Of The Dead splendor and mug shots by ceramic artist Nicole Pangas. These three artists will have their works here at the Gallery for October First Friday where even more Halloween art and light refreshments can be enjoyed in conjunction with The Skeletons Are Alive party in the streets!
Fresh and new. That’s what we think of when we think Spring. Come in and see what’s sprouted up at the Dancing Eye Gallery!
Don’t forget Northville’s First Friday Experience this week!
This is a busy week!
In the early morning of January 31, look for the first Super Blue Blood Moon total eclipse in over 150 years! Check out our Facebook post for more information on this event and Moonglow necklaces.
This coming Friday, February 2, is Northville’s First Friday Experience. Stores will be open later. Have fun shopping! Get a jump on your Valentine’s Day gifts at the Dancing Eye Gallery!
And, last but not least this week, Super Bowl LII on Sunday, February 4. Hosting a party? Above are a few fun ideas!
First Friday with Anne Rogers!
Anne is a Michigan native and lives in Ann Arbor. She is a fused glass artist, which, in a nutshell, involves cutting and shaping the colored glass pieces then heating them twice at very high temperatures. Her interest in art extends to other forms such as jewelry and painting, but fusing is her passion and landscapes are her favorite designs. Her Michigan birch tree pieces are striking!
Come and meet Anne this Friday, December 1, at the Dancing Eye Gallery from 6 to 8:30 p.m. and delight in her fused glass creations!
Here are some close-ups from her collection: